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So Good they Couldn't be Ignored!

Once again, our forensics team turned in a number of stellar performances this past Friday, Feb. 24th at Longfellow Middle School. We had 63 entries-the highest amount of entries at the meet! Your rubrics and ribbons are stapled together for both rounds and are in Mrs. Stewart’s room U-8. Please get them from her at some point today. My comments for you are in black sharpie, so please consider those along with the judge’s comments.

Top performances were turned in by the following students:

1st place medals:

8th graders Lari Kons and Jacklyn Warbler: Group Acting

8th grader Suraksha Kodgi: Infomercial

8th grader Zaynab Iqbal: Informative

8th grader Shiv Muthupandiyan: News Reporting

8th grader Joshitha Senthil: Persuasive

2nd place medals:

8th graders Josi Matel and Alyssa Buczek: Special Events

8th graders Alex Pavlov, Kasper Megal, Nathan May, and Tommy Frietag: Group Improvisation

7th graders Savannah Lieske and Madi Hahn: Infomercial

3rd place medals:

8th graders Kate Weisman, Sarah Dressler, and Cai Winberg: Group Acting

8th graders Sam Schroeder and Lily Klingbeil: Group Acting

8th grader John Tsagalis: Humorous Solo

8th grader Zengtao Xing: Persuasive

8th grader Kathy Sun: Serious Solo

7th graders Vi Diderrich and Weston VanLue: Infomercial

7th grader Noah Ren: Impromptu Speaking

6th grader Callum Mayne: Moments in History

Congrats to all students who performed! If we want to continue to improve overall individually and aim for a team trophy at Badger Middle School this Friday, Feb. 28th, we need to have NO infractions and very few red 2nd place ribbons! There are 2 rounds and a power round at this meet, which means top performers who have been medaling at past meets have to perform against other finalists in a final round for ONLY one first, second, and third place medal or trophy!  So, please see a coach this week to continue improving your scores!

Go PPMS forensics!